Losing Weight in the Gym and the Kitchen

One of the biggest complaints people make when they’re trying to lose weight is that no matter how much they work out, they never get their “dream body.” 

They feel like even though they have good muscle tone, they still have a stubborn layer of fat covering everything that they don’t like. This is a very common problem.

The truth is that losing weight is 20% what you do in the gym and 80% what you do in the kitchen. It’s true what they say; you can’t out-exercise a bad diet. 

Exercise and diet are two sides of the same coin. Most people think that they can just “work off” the donuts, the cinnamon rolls, and the bread. NOT TRUE! Compensation does not work in weight loss.

Anyone can go work out for an hour a day. Lots of people do and still complain that they can’t lose weight. The truth is that what you do the other 23 hours of the day is what really gets you the body you want. Taking care of your body takes 24 hours a day, not just one.

Now don’t go thinking you can just eat right and sit on the couch all day. That’s not how it works either. Trust me; I’ve tried just doing one or the other. It doesn’t work. You have to do both parts of the equation. So get sweating!

Dr. Dave and Callie

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